Unity4Canada is a political movement born in 2017 of an insufficient and weak Canadian Constitution, which has left the citizenship with little if no voice, and left our sovereignty open for challenge from influences both inside and outside our borders. With the Globalist “open borders” agenda negatively affecting other parts of the world, no time is better than now to invite Canadians into this conversation for change. We have a vital need to rewrite the Constitution of Canada to reflect and protect our Canadian values, and we have to have a conversation about what those collective values are. Let’s make the next 150 years even better.
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Gerry Gagnon & Michele Tittler
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I have not been at my computer much the last few months, but out on the town in Vancouver a whole lot, tweeting from my phone now and then, but mostly being face-to-face speaking with people about this issue. I speak with people from every walk of life and every nationality from around the world, in every culture.
I can tell you right now that I have yet to experience even one bit of negative feedback. It’s been 100% agreement that things have gone too far, they need to be pulled back, and we all need to start talking about unity.
Not one single argument…not one. I have had this conversation now with hundreds and hundreds of people, and not even one person fought me. They all got involved, listened, and felt safe saying “yes, we all know the Chiefs get it all, and things need to change”. Continue reading ‘Bet Anyone Ten Bucks This Works’
No politics tonight people, music is for everyone. It’s a night to unite as proud Canadians, and say goodbye, and thank you to our national treasure, The Tragically Hip. It’s their last concert on the ‘Man Machine Poem Tour’, in Kingston Ontario, Canada, where they started in 1984.
The CBC is broadcasting it and have links to various ways to listen to and watch the broadcast, from anywhere around the world. I have also posted it below.
Live streams are happening all across the country in bars, restaurants & home parties.
5:30pm on the west coast, 8:30pm out east
Saturday August 20th TODAY!
http://www.cbcmusic.ca/posts/12179/how-to-watch-tragically-hip-concert-cbc-aug-20 Continue reading Thank you, Tragically Hip
This is my father, Konrad J. Tittler, who did real environmental work, inventing new products and technologies back in the 1970’s to treat lumber and pulp & paper with more environmentally friendly products, and to do water treatment in industry, and for cities and towns down the west coast all the way down to Chili. They cleaned water and treated sewage with their technology.
They cleaned up oil spills, long ago, the technology is not new. Why do protesters not know this?
Now, at the age of 83, my father just sold his innovative technology to BASF, to clean up the tailings ponds on the oil sands.
To me, the radical protesters and even the “moderates” who are anti-pipeline, are emotionally triggered people who got sucked into somehow thinking THEY cared about the environment because they attacked, blamed and abused the oil industry, and industry as a whole, when MEANWHILE, it’s industry and guys like my dad and all the brilliant talent he pooled, challenged and paid to do amazing things, who DID & DO amazing things without ever going to one protest. Continue reading Protesters, stop using oil
HAPPY CANADA DAY! This is the most sensational realism in all of mankind’s history, and if you were with me on the skytrain in Vancouver, hearing the sweet sound of laughter and hope from people of every race, creed and colour on the globe, who COUNT ON our freedom, democracy and inclusion, you’d feel what I feel for the extraordinary ability we have to do this.
Everyone who comes here wants to share the dream of freedom, so let’s celebrate Canada Day by reminding our native friends we are all in this together, and to teach our new immigrants our contemporary way of life, and give them hope to dream of aspiring to our level of excellence in Canadian culture and society.
This is the place dreams are made of. Continue reading ‘HAPPY CANADA DAY!’
It doesn’t get any more hypocritical, ironic, and alarming than a native bringing a “whiteman” lawyer up on charges with the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal for posting a disclaimer on his website to let people know he wrote essays about the ‘Indian Act’ in Canada. Lets be clear, this is not a legitimate discrimination charge, the native man filing the complaint was not discriminated against, or refused service — this is a blatant racist bullying abuse to silence a well-known author and critic of the “Indian Industry”, and to ruin his life. What else is new? Continue reading Ontario Human Rights Tribunal accommodates race bullying of lawyer